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IPcrge Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 24, 1976

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, February 24, 1976

ARADICAL FEMINIST SPEAKS OUT:
"The institution of sexual intercourse is
anti-feminist . ..
TI-GRACE ATKINSON
Another in a series of speakers in honor
of International Women's Year'
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25th
POWER CENTER-8 P.M. INTEFN'I110NAL
TICKETS $2.00-on sale now at UAC
Ticket Central, Hill Aud. Box Office;
Power Center Box Office Feb. 25th.
IWhat Kind of. People Sign Up for a UA

LAUTREC SHOWING
PARIS (UPI)-The Marmot-;
tan Museum has concluded ar-
rangements to bring nearly 500
sketches, paintings and posters
of Henri de Toulouse Lautrec
together for a four month show-
ing. The major portion of the
Lautrec works will come from
the Albi Museum in the south-.
west where the artist was born.
Several of his best known works,t
such as "Au . Moulin Rouge"{
and "Au Cirque Fernando," will
not be here.However, the ex-
position will contain sketches
done when Lautrec was seven
year sold and work its way up
to some of his best posters and
paintings done shortly before
his death.
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Reagan
to app
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a loser if he wins by too little.;
A L S O, THE REAGAN
campaign here has far outstrip-
ped Ford in the important area;

inconsistent in attempt USIF

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ease mainstream voters

research
(Continued from Page 1)
to clssified documents in pur-
suing their study, the project
is grouped with classified stu-
dies by the Universitv.

izes as too multitudinous and
anonymous to be taken serious-
ly.
Reagan in front of a college
audience is a different candi-

consent of the governed."
"I WOULD like to have some1
social scientist explain to me,"
he declared, "ir poverty alone*
is resnonsible for a kid be nm-

study showing that atomic
plants are far less likely to have
accidents than automobile driv-
ers.

of door-to-door and telephoning date - though with the same ing a criminal how come his Reagan has frequently col-
canvassing of GOP voters. This sincere grin and confidence he ten brothers and sisters who ored his welfare stance with Physics Professor Jens Zorn,
drive. organized by Gregg's shows to his more ardent sup- were raised in the same pov- the tale of a Chicago woman a member of the review com-
statewide network of GOP com- porters. ertv,,red inthesmepv who allegedly earned $150,ooo mittee, said last night that, on
mitteepeople, and blessed with E S K o c dy udn ed apprva. annually in illicit welfare pay- reading the research proposal
an endorsement from Manches- HE SPOKE to a crowd of His audience roared approval. ments. Government surveys, by Nicholls and Professor Mar-
ter's politically powerful news- about 400 students at a "citi- THE CANDIDATE has fre- however, have shown that such tin Sichel to continue their re-
paper, The Union - Leader may: zen's press conference" at Saint quently snagged himself on fraud cases make up less than search, "It seemed to me to be
bridge the narrow Ford-Reagan Anselm's College outside Man- such comments in recent weeks. 10 per cent of all welfare re within the guidelines-the docu-
g t y,11 t. chester Saturday afternoon, a Once he urged that the U. S.' cipients ment .that we saw was a de-
Once atriheipolof aotheoreticalpstudy:
But other aspects. of the ef- gathering which was by no warn that any Soviet involve- !srpi fatertclsuy
fort to win Ford voters have means hostile, but more prone ment in Angola would be re- * Reagan's response to the
notwored ellforReaan.Heto questions about issues and a ciprocated. But when asked, problem of tax loop-holes for. oeewe nomdo
has had to make steady use of slightly skeptical, attitude. what he, as President, would the rich: the story of a contro- me it apparently using the Ui-
a aiir oiiia' ol:ti- With these voters, Reagan , do if Soviet troops entered An-; versial gambler who' paid no metaprnl<uigteUi
oring his style to suit his audi- shifted footing remarkably, Igola, he could not answer. federal tax on his $400,000 in- versity research, Zorn said,"Its
ence. He has tried to convey a corning on strong -for non-flam- On Sunday, Reagan told an come - "but his return also oise "
kind of common sense down-on- mable issues like national audience of 150 in Nashua that showed a loss of $500,000," Rea-
the-farm populism to take the parks while whittling his anti- the CIA should be allowed toj gan said, grinning. He did not He )dded, "That was not part
sting off some of his right-wing federalism position to a stand aid local police in pursuing discuss specific corporate loop- of the pronosal. It might well
stances, but in speeches and that sounds more like revolu- "potential terrorists" - failing holes. be re-examined."
campaign appearances here, tionism than republicanism. to note the CIA charter's ban This pattern successfully con- "That's an open question,
Reagan has visibly been more "Today we live in a society," on domestic intelligence.
at ease when talking like an he said, "where if we don't Another ever-present Reagan! veys Reagan's desired gdown- whether something too closely
Archie Bunker - style patriot stop the flow of power to Wash-. method is the use of pictur- home' image but may damage weapons-oriented should be go-
than a man of reason. ington, everything that is not esque examples to explain key his effort to appear reasonable ing on at a University-and-I
REAGN hs tesetype incomulsry i prhibted weissues. While the"Reader's 'Di- to Ford voters and, ultimately,: think there's no obvious an-
REAGAN has these types in compulsory is prohibited. Weise.WieteRadrsD-Dmcassaver," he .continued,
the bag and knows it. All he should return much of the indi- gest type anecdotes are gauged;Democrats.w,
must do with them is reinforce vidual freedom that has been to please those conservative Also, ironically, Reagan some- I Classified Research Commit-
his image as the man of the eroded away; not taken away and moderate tastes, they are times shows the same public l tee member Elham Elahi, an
hour who can face up to the ( by some tyrant, just quietly almost always superficial. A awkwardness t h a t plagues LSA senior, indicated last night
Democrat Party - whose eroded. away. The government sampling: President Ford. that he plans to re-examine
candidates Gregg character-! has been growing beyond the O Speaking to the students available information on the.
-- ---at St. Anselm's, Reagan blast- Asked to answer a Washing- project. If any of 'the three
ed the federal bureaucracy by ton Post story about his alleged committee members decide that
citing the plant safety laws camiaign fund abuses in Cali-1a research project is improper,
in passed under the Occupational fornia, Reagan said Sunday, "I the project must be reviewed
ow paper aSafety and Health Act. don't think any candiate has by the Research Policy Com-
"In the first two years of that anything to do, or pays any at- mittee.
The flIVe IIonth nationwide act," he said, "they passed a tention to spending of cam-
stack of regulations that would Daign money or where it comes Elahi feels, however, that
bestseller by the author make a pile 17 feet high! And from."wapotherUner il onthe
bests llerat the University as long, as the
every business man is supposed On a question about govern- Regental guidelines are not
of W atership Down to memorize all of 'em." ment regulation of business -made more stringent. "The reg-
®In answer to a campaignt a popular Reagan target - he s ilations for barring research
worker's question on' nuclear said on Saturday, "we recog- couldn't be any more minimal
plant safety, Reagan called a nize the necessity of protecting than they are," he said.
bill to raise nuclear safety stan- others on the street from our-
RILHRBD~lD HDRIxB dards "the stupidest thing I selves, and from our friends
ever heard of" and cited a I and relatives." THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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